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Tip - macOS & iOS - Using Twitter Lists

Date: 28th February 2017

Duration: 06:06

Show ref: SCOM0608

Tip Video - We looked at filtering your Twitter timeline with Mute filters a couple of weeks ago in episode SCOM0604.

Another option to take control of Twitter is to create and subscribe to Twitter lists. Twitter lists allow you to create multiple timelines based on specific people, it's a great way to organise the Twitter firehose into something more manageable.

In this short tip video, I take you through the mechanisms built into Tweetbot on the Mac and iOS to allow you to setup and subscribe to Twitter lists.

Tip - macOS & iOS - Twitter Mute Filters

Date: 14th February 2017

Duration: 06:16

Show ref: SCOM0604

Tip Video - There's never been a better time to start filtering and muting parts of your Twitter stream.

In this short tip video, I take you through the mechanisms built into Tweetbot on the Mac and iOs to allow you to mute People, Keywords, Hashtags and Twitter Clients.

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Twitter for iOS

Date: 30th January 2015

Duration: 17:57

Show ref: SCOI0202

Twitter... you either love it or hate it! I'm strictly in the "love it" camp, but have been disappointed by the lack of updates to my favourite Twitter app - Tweetbot for iPad.

So recently, I decided to switch over to the official Twitter client on the Mac, iPad and iPhone. I'm delighted to say that it worked out just fine, once I'd made some adjustments to my muscle memory.

In case you feel like a change, here's an overview of some of the new features in the Twitter for iOS app.

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Two Factor Authentication

Date: 14th September 2013

Duration: 32:30

Show ref: SCOM0417

So you’ve secured your access to your online services with a strong password, but is that enough?

Some services are so important that it may be time to consider an extra level of security - two factor authentication or verification.

In this tutorial, I take a look at five popular services that now allow you to switch on this higher level of security, and use your phone to confirm your identity - Apple ID, Google, DropBox, Evernote & Twitter

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Twitter iOS

Date: 1st January 2012

Duration: 23:39

Show ref: SCOI0004

[Originally published Aug 2008] Twitter! If you haven’t used it, you don’t know what you are missing!

Launched in 2006, Twitter has become the de-facto standard for micro blogging and even after suffering problems with downtime and the famous “failwhale†people still go back to it, refusing to jump off Twitter onto the other micro blogging platforms.

Ok, they might try others out, but they always keep one foot firmly in the twitter camp!